Sinead McGeechan
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Sinead McGeechan

IllustratorLondon, United Kingdom
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Sinead McGeechan

IllustratorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I am an illustrator and a creative practitioner with a passion for museums and galleries. I am interested in folklore, unrepresented true stories of woman and weird and wonderful stories. I have also curated lates at Tate Britain such as, Workshops, installations and disccusions with artist. Currently working with London Transport Museum as a Young Freelancer. Instagram: spirited_witch
Projects
  • Embroidery
    EmbroideryThis was the first time I have experimented my illustration into embroidery and was happy how far the experiment has come to with the results of these patches.
  • Inktober 2019
    Inktober 2019Illustrations from bottom to top 1) Ring 2) Mindless 3) Bait 4) Freeze 5) Build 6) Husky 7) Enchanted 8) Frail 9) Swing 10) Pattern 11) Snow 12) Dragon 13) ASH 14) Overgrown 15) Legend 16) Wild 17) Ornament 18) Misfit 19) Sling 20) Tread 21) Treasure 22) Ghost 23) Ancient 24) Dizzy 25) Tasty 26) Dark 27) Coat 28) Ride 29) Injured 30) Catch 31) Ripe
  • Weird Things Happen in the Woods
    Weird Things Happen in the WoodsAn immersive drop-in workshop inspired by fairy tales and woodland folklore. Make a fairy, hang it onto the tree or sit back, relax and listen to some ancient folklore tales.
  • What's your London
    What's your LondonThroughout Don McCullin’s work we can see both emotional and documentary responses, especially in areas he was familiar with, such as London. In this cut and stick workshop, build your own cityscape and explore what London means to you. Photographer- Dami Vaughan
  • Witch
    Witch
  • Folklore Whispers
    Folklore WhispersA visual story about folk tales across the world. Medium: Ink brush
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Projects credited in
  • Fast Track 50: meet 50 trailblazers redefining the creative & digital industries
    Fast Track 50: meet 50 trailblazers redefining the creative & digital industriesWe’re thrilled to announce 2019’s Fast Track 50! Google and The Dots have partnered on the inaugural Fast Track 50 programme to fast track the careers of 50 rising stars – ensuring they land opportunities regardless of challenges set by socio-economic background. Over the past six months, the Fast Track 50 have had unrivalled access to industry connections and opportunities through a series of profession/skills masterclasses, industry introductions and speed recruitment events with the best in t
  • Event 4: Speed Recruitment
    Event 4: Speed RecruitmentGoogle and The Dots have partnered up to fast track the careers of 50 industry-ready rising stars! The fourth and final event in the 6 month programme kicked off at the Google offices in St Giles, London. The Dots and Google hosted a dedicated Speed Recruitment event at Google, where industry leaders (co-curated by Google and The Dots) were given the opportunity to speed recruit the 50 rising stars. Company reps were from the following: Warner Music, Jellyfish, The Stylist Group, Adidas, W
  • Event 3: Skills Masterclass
    Event 3: Skills MasterclassGoogle and The Dots have partnered up to fast track the careers of 50 industry-ready rising stars! The third event in the 6 month programme kicked off at the Google offices in St Giles, London.
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Work history
    London Transport Museum logo
    London Transport Museum logo
    Young FreelancerLondon Transport Museum
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
    Young Freelancers have an opportunity to work on an ad-hoc basis, gain training and build a variety of contacts across the cultural sector. They work alongside us and the wider sector, cultivating new transferable skills and sector knowledge, which in turn helps them to become enthusiastic, informed, culturally-aware freelance professionals.
    TATE logo
    TATE logo
    Tate Collective ProducerTATE
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
    Tate Collective Producers. Our Tate Collective Producers are groups of 15-25 year olds based in London, Liverpool and St Ives. They collaborate to develop their ideas and knowledge about art, culture and creativity. The teams often work with emerging artists, designers, musicians and curators.
Skills
  • Visual Arts
  • Print Design
  • Art Photography
  • Design
  • Fantasy
  • Illustrator
  • Photoshop
  • Printmaking Print Design
  • Printmaking and Photography
  • Solar Art Design
  • Dark Art
  • Lino Cutting Printing
  • DRY Point
  • Curating
  • Education
Education
    University of The Arts London (UAL) logo
    University of The Arts London (UAL) logo
    BA Illustration Visual MediaUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
     - London, United Kingdom
Awards
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    Printmakers Council Award 2017Printmakers Council
    The award consists of free full membership of PMC for 1yr. (normally £70 pa). The recipient will have their own page on our website and will be connected to all our social media sites. They are also invited to exhibit in all the shows that we hold across the year throughout the country. Our online ‘Imprint’ magazine is in the process of being revamped, and once up and running they will be able to receive it, and they will be invited to be the Artist in Focus.